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Kevin Barry reading Brian Friel's 'The Saucer of Larks'

I saw Kevin Barry read the first few pages of his novel Beatlebone at Imagining Home: The Literary Imagination. It was one of the better readings I’ve ever seen, not that the evening was short of them, with Anne Enright reading from the climax of  83 more words

Translations (Book Review)

I read this play more than a decade ago, when I did an independent study in college. It was Irish Drama and my goodness did I like studying that. 675 more words


5 questions with Damian Humbley

We asked actor Damian Humbley a few questions about rehearsing for Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler

Can you tell us a bit about the character you will be playing, Eilert Loevborg? 429 more words

Salisbury Playhouse

Quote of the Day

I don’t think there’s a point when you say, “I’ve nothing more to say about that,” because I don’t think you start from that premise and say I’ve got this to say about anything.

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Quote Of The Day

Blog Tag | Three Days, Three Quotes | Day #2

Thanks Cat for tagging me! You can visit her at her blog The Book Finch and read her own quote selections here!

I’d also like to give credit to Beth @ 220 more words


Remembering the Past: Brian Friel

At the beginning of a new year it becomes even more important to keep those who have passed in mind, and one who must not be soon forgotten is the literary genius, Brian Friel. 993 more words

Brian Friel

Wem das Leben die Hand reicht

Brian Friel nach dem Roman von Iwan Turgenjew: Väter und Söhne, Deutsches Theater (Kammerspiele), Berlin (Regie: Daniela Löffner)

Von Sascha Krieger

Am Ende, nach ziemlich exakt vier Sunden, reibt sich der hartgesottene Rezensent, der alles schon gesehen zu haben glaubt, verwundert die Augen. 1,068 more words